Leimarel Sidabi

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Leimarel Sidabi
Goddess of earth, nature and household
Member of Household deities
Other namesLeimalel Sitapi
Meiteiꯂꯩꯃꯔꯦꯜ ꯁꯤꯗꯕꯤ
AffiliationMeitei religion (Sanamahism)
AbodeSanamahi Kachin (Lainingthou Kachin)
AnimalsTaoroinai
SymbolWater pot[1]
TextsWakoklon Heelel Thilel Salai Amailon Pukok Puya, Leithak Leikharol, Sakok Lamlen, Leisemlon
GenderFemale
Ethnic groupMeitei ethnicity
Personal information
ConsortAtingkok (Atiya, Salailen, Soraren)
ChildrenSanamahi (foster) and Pakhangba (biological)
Equivalents
Greek equivalentGaia (mythology)
Roman equivalentTerra
Hinduism equivalentBhūmi

Leimarel Sidabi (Meitei: ꯂꯩꯃꯔꯦꯜ ꯁꯤꯗꯕꯤ), also known as "Leimalel Sitapi" (Meitei: ꯂꯩꯃꯂꯦꯜ ꯁꯤꯇꯄꯤ), is a primordial goddess in Meitei mythology and religion.[2] She is the highest female divinity in the pantheon. She is the goddess of earth, nature, household and the mother of all living beings in the religion and mythology.[3][4]

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